The National Food Survey is the longest running continuous household food survey in the world and provides a unique set of data on food consumption and expenditure. These edited proceedings of a symposium to mark 50 years of the Survey provide an historical insight, from its early days to the "consumption revolution". The first results of the Survey recorded an average diet in wartime Britain which was described as "wholesome, adequate and rather dull". Since then change has been radical. This book complements the annual reports and will be of interest to everyone involved in food consumption, nutrition, and household surveys.
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